Petropavlovsk investor calls for probe into deals

FINANCIAL TIMES 🔒| A forensic examination of all deals and transactions involving Petropavlovsk over the past three years is needed to help end the stand-off that has rocked the Russia-focused gold miner, one of the company’s biggest shareholders has said.

Nikolai Lioustiger, a businessman who controls 12 per cent of the company through investment vehicles Slevin and Everest, said an independent investigation by one of the UK’s Big Four auditors would help “clear the waters” and “restore” shareholder confidence. 

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